DESERT COMMANDOS | Full Length War Movie | World War II in Morocco

A 1968 war drama set during World War II in Morocco | Desert Commandos is a full Length war movie starring Ken Clark and Horst Frank | German commandos are dropped behind enemy lines in the Sahara Desert tasked with getting to Casablanca in an assassination attempt on allied leaders.

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✨ DESERT COMMANDOS (1967) cast:

Ken Clark: Captain Fritz Schoeller
Horst Frank: Lt. Roland Wolf
Jeanne Valérie: Faddja Hassen
Carlo Hintermann: Sgt. Erich Huber
Howard Ross: Willy Mainz
Franco Fantasia: Major Dalio
Hardy Reichelt: Corporal Hans Ludwig
Fabienne Dali: Simone
John Stacy: Sir Bryan
Tom Felleghy: Colonel Ross
Gianni Rizzo: Perrier
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  1. Leave it to the Italians to make the dumbest war movie ever. Nothing makes sense in this movie. I suppose an Arab girl traveling on a camel through the desert in a tight miniskirt is almost brilliant compared to the rest of it.

  2. 2:33" yes, the best way to ensure the success of a mission, drop the participants in an area that requires a five day walk through the hot desert, with each man carrying only a canteen of water.

  3. Déjà vu sur une autre chaine yt. Très bon film😍👍👏.
    I have already seen this movie on another yt channel. Very good war movie, i love it😍👍👏.

  4. Les Chiens verts du désert

    film sorti en 1967
    Les Chiens verts du désert (titre original : Attentato ai tre grandi) est un film italo-germano-français d'Umberto Lenzi sorti en 1967.

    Synopsis

    Cinq baroudeurs allemands se rendent à Casablanca avec pour mission d'assassiner Churchill, Roosevelt et Staline…

    Fiche technique

    Titre original : Attentato ai tre grandi

    Titre anglphone : Desert Commandos

    Réalisation : Umberto Lenzi

    Scénario et histoire : Umberto Lenzi

    Directeur de la photographie : Carlo Carlini

    Montage : Eugenio Alabiso

    Musique : Angelo Francesco Lavagnino

    Production : Alberto Grimaldi

    Genre : Film de guerre

    Pays :  Italie,  Allemagne de l'Ouest,  France

    Durée : 96 minutes (1 h 36)

    Date de sortie :

     Italie : 1er septembre 1967

     Allemagne de l'Ouest : 15 mars 1968

     France : 30 août 1968

    Distribution

    Ken Clark (VF : Edmond Bernard) : Capt. Fritz Schöller

    Horst Frank (VF : Daniel Gall) : Lt. Roland Wolf

    Jeanne Valérie (VF : Evelyn Selena) : Faddja Hassen

    Carlo Hintermann (VF : Raymond Loyer) : Sgt. Erich Huber

    Howard Ross : Willy Mainz

    Franco Fantasia : Maj. Dalio

    Hardy Reichelt (VF : Jean-Louis Maury) : Cpl. Hans Ludwig

    Fabienne Dali : Simone

    Tom Felleghy (VF : Jean-François Laley) : Col. Ross

    John Stacy : Sir Bryan

    Gianni Rizzo (VF : Pierre Marteville) : Perrier

  5. Desert Commandos

    1968 film
    Desert Commandos (Italian: Attentato ai tre grandi) is a 1967 war film set during World War II in Morocco where it was filmed. The Italian title (Attack on the Big Three) refers to a German commando group with a mission to assassinate Churchill, Roosevelt and de Gaulle at the Casablanca Conference..

    The film is a character-based drama that focuses on the German soldiers' various drives and conflicts during encounters with Tuareg nomads, and French and American soldiers.

    Cast

    Ken Clark: Captain Fritz Schoeller

    Horst Frank: Lt. Roland Wolf

    Jeanne Valérie: Faddja Hassen

    Carlo Hintermann: Sgt. Erich Huber

    Howard Ross: Willy Mainz

    Franco Fantasia: Major Dalio

    Hardy Reichelt: Corporal Hans Ludwig

    Fabienne Dali: Simone

    John Stacy: Sir Bryan

    Tom Felleghy: Colonel Ross

    Gianni Rizzo: Perrier

    Release

    The film was released in West Germany on March 15, 1968 as Fünf gegen Casablanca.